Bette Midler goes into meltdown on Twitter, DML makes dig
In the wake of the Mueller report being issued, actress Bette Midler posted on Twitter Sunday about President Trump’s presidency and her opinions of how he is impacting America.
The outspoken critic of the president tweeted: “#DonaldTrump has forced us to live through war as a nation for the last two years; he has caused depression, despair, confusion and death. We’re not just sick at heart, but literally sick from him; from uncontrollable rage at the thought that he will get away with his crimes.”
DML News founder Dennis Michael Lynch responded to Midler with a sarcastic tweet.
DML tweeted: “If ur not the poster girl for Hollywierd, who is? Put down bottle of sleeping pills & cap the vodka. Then walk back off ledge knowing economy is strong & ur plastic surgeon still takes Obamacare. Try self medicating by posting old photos of yourself & pretending your relevant.”
If ur not the poster girl for Hollywierd, who is? Put down bottle of sleeping pills & cap the vodka. Then walk back off ledge knowing economy is strong & ur plastic surgeon still takes Obamacare. Try self medicating by posting old photos of yourself & pretending your relevant.
— Dennis Michael Lynch (@realDennisLynch) March 25, 2019
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